Stunning craftsmanship in this Art Deco Emerald & Diamond Bandeau, circa Designed as an open-work panel of geometric diamond lattice motifs, with 3 pear-shaped emeralds held within it, set in platinum.
Princess Katharina Henckel von Donnersmarck’s Emerald and Diamond Tiara. The tiara is composed of eleven rare Colombian emerald pear-shaped drops, which are rumored to have belonged to Empress Eugenie.
This wedding present from Emperor Napoleon I to Empress Marie Louise his second wife Originally, was fitted with 79 emeralds and the current 1000 diamonds that total 700 carats Altered in 1952 by Van Cleef and Arpels who replaced the emeralds with Persia
Faberge tiara with teardrop diamonds presented by Alexander I of Russia to Empress Josephine. In 1890 Faberge used them to create a tiara for descendants of Josephine's son, the Duke of Leuchtenberg. After WWI the tiara was inherited by Count of Flanders.
In the Great Star of Africa was given to King Edward VII of England and set into the Royal Scepter. The Royal Scepter is still used today by Queen Elizabeth It is one of the largest polished diamonds in the world.
Cairo, Egyptian Royal Family's Jewels shown being examined before being put up for auction. This item is believed to be the tiara worn by Princess Chevikiar. It is today in storage at the Royal Jewellery Museum in Alexandria (Lady Fatma Ismail's Villa)
From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: The Queen Mother's Pearl of the Dee Brooch. As a gift to mark her birthday, the Salmon and Trout Association commissioned this brooch for Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from goldsmith Rachel Jeffrey.